Pornography

 

Or erotica — we bring them under one umbrella. The presentation of erotic subjects through images and text.

Let’s be clear — WholeSexLife thinks porn is fine. Exploitation — people not being paid for good work done to contract — that’s a problem. Looking at dirty pictures, telling dirty stories — that’s human. Smut has been here since the Stone Age. Some archaeologists think that the oldest figurative art, from the Neolithic, is porn. That was mammoth ivory. Now we have the Internet. A quarter of all Internet searches are for porn.

For het girls: That doesn’t mean he doesn’t like you. Even in relationships, studies say, men look at sexy pictures, static or moving. It’s not that he values those images more — it’s how he gets aroused, which he may well work off on you in the best way.

Statistically, men seem more interested in visual stimulation — men make about two-thirds of the visitors to sex-image websites and take up 77 percent of time spent there. Women seem more interested in stories and conversation — one statistic says women are two times as interested in chat rooms as men.

Not only do studies say that porn is inversely linked with sex crimes, they find that porn’s good for you. A study of young Danish adults found they saw their viewing of hardcore pornography as good for their sex lives and for their lives in general. The benefits were statistically significant for all but one measure across both sexes. And, for both sexes, the more they watched porn, the better they felt.

So, without further ado… pornography!

  • Kevinp41153

    My wife and I watch porn together, especially young couples. Adds a touch of spice.